Across the country, U.S. workers suffer more than seven accidental on-the-job amputations a day, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). That estimate, based on amputation reporting requirement data OSHA has collected since the beginning of 2015, may seem high but it is almost certainly much higher because it does not take into account workplace accidents that occur in states with their own reporting requirements and response plans. According to OSHA, more than 90 percent of the reported amputations involved fingers. Workers also lost hands, toes, feet, and other body parts. Amputations occur most often when workers operate ... Read More
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